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Hospital Substitute Treatment for CBHS Members

03 October, 2017
Hospital Substitute Treatment

CBHS Hospital Substitute Treatment program

Get better, sooner, in the place you feel most comfortable. CBHS' Hospital Substitute Treatment program brings healthcare professionals to your door at your convenience to assist with your recovery. 

Why is HST becoming more important?

Hospital Substitute Treatment

Find out if you qualify for CBHS Hospital Substitute Treatment

You need to hold an appropriate level of CBHS Hospital or package cover.If you have a scheduled operation or you are already in hospital and think the Hospital Substitute Treatment (HST) program may apply, call us on 02 9685 7567 or email wellness@cbhs.com.au to see if you qualify.

 
 
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